Black Pepper Beef and Cabbage Stir Fry
A very simple Chinese stir-fry dish which is fabulous in taste. I saw my husband going for two additional servings of it and I had to remind him to leave some for the rest of the family! Serve with hot steamed rice.
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Charley's Slow Cooker Mexican Style Meat
This recipe can be used with chicken, beef, pork and even venison. It freezes well, and can be made into burritos, tacos, or any number of other Mexican-style dishes. This dish uses a lot of spice, so please be sure to adjust to your taste.
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Pot roast perfection that's packed with flavor thanks to Hidden Valley® Original Ranch® Salad Dressing & Seasoning Mix. It pulls apart like a dream.
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Rempel Family Meatloaf
Tired of boring old meat loaf? Well give this one a try. My husband won't eat any other meat loaf but mine.
Best Steak Marinade in Existence
This easy blended marinade is a family-favorite and great for beef.
Chef John's Steak Diane
Steak Diane was a staple on menus in fine dining establishments back in the day. Prepared tableside where the server ignited the cognac, it was an impressive sight. You don't need to flame the cognac; just keeping it on the heat will eventually evaporate the alcohol. But be careful--it can still flare up if the heat's high enough when you're reducing the sauce.
The Best Marinade Around
This recipe makes enough marinade for one steak, but can be multiplied for the amount you are grilling.
Chef John's Salisbury Steak
When I was a kid, we didn't have smartphones or the internet, all we had was a TV. But we didn't care because as we watched, we got to enjoy a little something called a "TV dinner." The king of those dinners, in my opinion, was the Salisbury steak, which is what I'll show you how to make here, along with one of the greatest gravies ever invented. Serve with buttered mashed potatoes and a vegetable side of your choice.
Sloppy Joe Sandwiches
This sloppy joe recipe is quick and inexpensive. In addition to putting it on rolls, try this slightly sweet beef mixture over rice, biscuits, or baked potatoes.